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August 15, 2019

The Best for Your Home: HVAC Options for Old Houses

Heating and cooling your older home may present some challenges. Perhaps the HVAC system is ancient, and you’d like a more efficient, more modern way of conditioning the air than a fire place and an attic fan or evaporative cooler. Here are some HVAC options for old houses. Got Ductwork? If you have old ductwork, then you may be able to upgrade it and make sure it’s well sealed and can handle a new central air and heating system. Older ductwork […]
August 13, 2019

The More You Know: Common AC Repair Costs

Few things are worse than having your AC break down in the middle of a hot, Georgia summer – though if there is something worse, it would have to be the bill for the repairs. It’s important to have an idea of how much you can expect to pay, so you can budget for it and avoid being caught off guard. Here’s a brief guide to AC repair cost factors. Average Costs In Peachtree City, you can expect repairs to […]
August 8, 2019

HVAC Fan Problems? Here’s Why

When you consider that the cooling and heating system in an average home circulates over 1,500 cubic feet of conditioned air every minute, it’s no surprise that HVAC fan problems may occasionally occur. Without a fully functional system blower fan, all the air conditioned comfort you expect in summer—not to mention the cozy winter warmth, too—goes nowhere. Located in the system’s central air handler, the typical fan lasts many years, provided it receives proper annual preventive maintenance by a qualified professional. […]
August 6, 2019

Homeowner’s Guide to Heat Pump & Heat Types

Heat pump heat comes in several varieties to make sure your home is never without warm comfort in any winter weather.  Unlike a standard furnace that burns natural gas or heats with electric coils, air-source heat pumps harvest heat right out of the air. Think of it like a central air conditioner running backwards: The heat pump’s outdoor coil extracts latent heat energy present even in chilly winter air, the system compressor concentrates molecules of heat energy, and the indoor […]